Thursday, August 16, 2007

Email: Grumbling vs. change [EH]

Moses put up with 40 years of grumbling, so I guess [one year i]s still progress, right? Seriously, no one wants to be around a grumbler -- friends and acquaintances just drift away rather than continue with such toxic behavior. Grumbling is different from people who have constructive criticisms and who do something to solve a problem. Grumbling means always complaining, only complaining, and never doing anything to change or make one's life better. Change is the key to a healthy attitude and a happy life. The moment when anyone stops being open to change [for the better] is the moment their life begins a long downhill slide.


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